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Same as other, white foam piece and sensor fell out of position

How does the foam piece and sensor "lock" into place? I am wondering if a small tab of some sort ay have broen off?

Also, is there an easy way to remove the drawer? Are the rollers similiar to a desk drawer?

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Check your model number. The number RF265AA is listed as an oven. If listed correct or if a refrigerator then I can help you, Sea Breeze
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